STAR 0

Early system on Datatron 200 series. Listed in CACM 2(5):16 (May 1959).

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StarBurst

An active DBMS from IBM Almaden Research Center.

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StarLISP

*LISP

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StarMOD

*MOD

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star network

<networking>

A network topology where every node has a direct connection (only) to the central node, which might be a hub, switch, or server.

Last updated: 1999-10-29

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Starset

Portable storage/retrieval language for distributed databases. "Starset programming Language", M.M. Gilula et al, Nauka, Moscow 1991, ISBN 5-02-006831-4.

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STARSYS

Convergent Technologies Operating System

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start bit

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A bit which signals the start of transmission of a character on a serial line. For an RS-423 signal, the line is normally at logical zero which there is no data and the start bit is a logical one. The zero-one transition tells the receiver when to start sampling the signal to extract the data bits.

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Last updated: 1995-02-02

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start of authority

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(SOA) A type of resource record used by the Domain Name System (DNS) to give meta-data about a set of domain name data (the contents of a "zone file"). An SOA record has the following parameters:

Serial: the zone serial number - a version number for the zone file.

Refresh: the number of seconds between update requests from secondary and slave name servers.

Retry: the number of seconds the secondary or slave will wait before retrying when an attempt fails.

Expire: (time to live - TTL) the number of seconds a master or slave will wait before considering cached data out-of-date.

Minimum: previously used to determine the minimum TTL, this offers negative caching.

Last updated: 2007-05-11

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Start Of Header

<character>

(SOH) mnemonic for ASCII 1.

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Last updated: 1996-05-31

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Start Of Text

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(STX) Mnemonic for ASCII 2.

Last updated: 1996-05-31

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start tag

tag

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